The 45th Anniversary Cherry Grove Collection is a blending of new and old adaptations from 18th century and higher end traditional styling. Georgian, Edwardian, Sheraton along with Queen Anne elements create this beautiful assortment of furniture. Cathedral cherry veneers, alder solids and select hardwoods create a new and exciting collection of bedroom, dining room and occasional for American Drew. Cherry Grove features many new items that have been designed to fill the needs of your home along with many proven winners that have existed since the very beginning. Scale and dimension have been addressed to better suit today's standard of living. Cherry Grove now offers you a variety of opportunities to complement multiple decorating environments. In the American Drew tradition, attention to detail and exquisite craftsmanship make every piece an heirloom. You’ll be investing in a timeless piece of furniture that will be cherished for generations to come.Celebrate tradition with Cherry Grove.
- Low poster bed includes, mattress support system, wood rails, headboard, and footboard
- Constructed with cherry veneers, alder solids and select hardwoods
- Box spring required
- Manufacturer provides a one year warranty
Care of Fine Finishes:
- Standard box spring H: 9"
- Low profile box spring H: 6"
American Drew finishes are naturally resistant to minor everyday hazards and accidents; however, some precautions are necessary to maintain the beauty of your wood furniture.
- Dust with a soft clean cloth slightly moistened with water, and then dry completely with another clean cloth. Always rub in the direction of the wood grain
- Avoid cigarettes, hot dishes, moisture and harsh solvents such as nail polish and alcohol
- Do not place beverages directly on furniture
- Use pads beneath accessories when writing or eating
- Remove spills and smudges immediately
- Pliable materials should not be left on a wood surface; they can damage the finish
- Furniture should not be placed near heat, outlets, windows, or in direct sunlight
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